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ahmiq 06-24-2002 12:42 PM

Linux Infrastructure
 
is there any doumentation availabe about Linux structure , mean how it works ,File system ,kernel hardware etc etc
any documentation or Website thanx,

mikek147 06-24-2002 12:59 PM

You might look around Linux for Newbies . -mk

ahmiq 06-24-2002 01:12 PM

Sorry mikek i think i make my question un understandable, actully i know Linux usuage also common problems and troublshooting as i am using it from year.

Now actully i want to devlope my own software,applications etc etc for Linux but at not a very highe level , cause i am totally new to Linux programing

So is there any thing or site which can guide about it
as i have tried linux coffe how tos well and its working fine with me , even i controlled many other electric appliences.Also some simple codes of telnet session hijacking butr after that i am stuck,

so where to go next ???

mikek147 06-24-2002 01:21 PM

Where you go for info would depend upon which environment you choose to program, i.e. C, C++, JAVA, cobol, etc.... To help youself find the information you're interested in, do a www.google.com search on the specific language. -mk

neo77777 06-24-2002 05:37 PM

I think you should spend some time in a local book store if there is any in your area carring linux/unix books, there are good sources on the internet - again I am repeating other guys -> google, LDP, etc.Take a look at concepts on how to write device drivers for linux
http://www.xml.com/ldd/chapter/book/

ahmiq 06-24-2002 10:22 PM

Thanx Neo ur idea is pretty impresive .

i always use google but i was involve to Network administration ,so was not know to key issues of programing , speciallu curious about libraries , but the thing is so complex ,that a new bie in linux programing feel screwing himself,

However u idea is quite acceptable thanx

Any other suggestionll also be appreciated


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